if you still have the one you previously uses you can purchase an adapter ring so it will fit the diameter of the new lenses. This works best of the filter is larger than the current lens mount... not so well if it is the other way around.
Some how Dave, the sky is always a major element when it comes to this car. Part of it is that I use a polarizing filter, part of it is that the car is situated alone an east west axis... which enhances the effect of the filter and the last part it that the picture needs to be taken in the late afternoon for correct lighting. All of that seems to work together to make this care quite photogenic.
lol.... well Ryan it is 3 years older and constantly exposed to the elements. Of course I suppose I may have exposed and processed for different elements too... I have not really checked for that, but it is possible.
you know Ryan, I just had a look... I think it is the angle of the shot, the lighting of the day and the processing. When I compare closely, I don't really see any paint missing, but I do see colour shifts... that can only be my processing. (I was pushing for much stronger colours and contrast in this version)
It does have that sense about it. I had not really thought of it in that way. The lack of tree in the back window is a bit interesting. I did not really look at the tree when I was there, preferring the car itself I suppose. When I get back I will try to remember to take a good look at the tree.